A dad who walked Hadrian’s Wall to raise money for a nonprofit camp that helps children of adults with cancer recounts the 84-mile journey.
NYC Dads Group holds a Central Park walk July 12 in solidarity of 12 fathers trekking across England to help a camp for the children of cancer patients.
This July, a group of fathers will join together as Dads4Kesem — walking 84 miles to raise money for a new Camp Kesem chapter at the University of Maryland in honor of Oren Miller.
Some of our City Dads Group members reflect on what they saw, did and learned at the recent fifth annual Dad 2.0 Summit in Washington, D.C.
A dozen dad bloggers, half of whom are City Dads Group members, will walk 80 miles — sea to sea — across northern England in July to raise money to benefit the children of parents with cancer and in the memory of one of their own.
City Dads Group makes a big donation to help fathers attend Dad 2.0 Summit in Washington, DC, in February.